Loading...

Dalia Lama practising Ninja

1,095 views

Loading...

Loading...

Loading...

Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Dec 12, 2010

Great Dalai Lama lookalike trains with swords and sticks using the Ninja style martial art. http://www.paul-clinton.com video about combat fighting and speciality sport showing how mind over matter can win an opponent in a sport fight. Many great combat fight champions take advantage of their mental ability to overcome and win each fight to become champions. Paul Clinton is a successful sport psychologist specializing in combat sports and bodybuilding where the mind plays an important role. He uses deep trance hypnosis combined with guided meditation and binaural brain waves to help increase strength and power, motivation, and to outwitt the opponent with faster punches. http://www.free-self-hypnosis.org/bod... Paul Clinton has been involved in the success of many elite athletes and bodybuilding champions with his special unique sports psychology programs involving deep self hypnosis with shamanic rhythms, binaural and isochronic beats, guided meditation, and motivational affirmations for extra strength, hormones, adrenaline, energy, courage, confidence, balance, nutrition, better recovery, stronger explosive power, better resistence to pain, easy access to pas the pain barrier, more endorphins, more hgh, more powerful and especially his unique technique for going to failure on every set called "Max-Out" This amazing method of training and extra workout is the best way to boost size and strength gaining an advantage on every rep and every set. Every bodybuilder should use this program as an alternative to anabolic steroids. although it looks very much like the Dalai Lama I don't think it is him, because tibetan buddhism teaches peace, karma, reincarnation and non-violence.

  • Category

  • License

    • Standard YouTube License

Loading...


to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...